EVERYTHING AT YOUR FINGERTIPS
The paper map is the stuff of big picture wanderlust and curiosity. It’s the grand overview of the lay of the land and the points of the compass. It’s the start for the trip plan, and the reference resource for the entire adventure. It’s what gets spread on diner counters in the morning before setting off, and tavern tables at day’s end. It gets the grand scheme drawn on it with a Sharpie, along with a running record of stops and highlights notated; it becomes both cartography and travelogue.
I LIKE THE SOUND OF THAT!
Printed maps can’t talk to you on the ride. For that you need a detail-oriented digital guide, one that can provide the turn-by-turn minutia of the route, and give you the heads up for the points of interest you’ve included in your to-do list.
Equipped with both, you’ll have a thorough orientation to your travels and an exacting sense of place along the way. And you have the tools to adapt your route, your itinerary and your accommodations to changing conditions and whims along the way.